With rioting in Ferguson, Mo., U.S. troops going to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State group and nuclear negotiations in Iran not going as well as he hoped for, how did the president justify taking time to “pardon” a turkey Wednesday?
With rioting in Ferguson, Mo., U.S. troops going to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State group and nuclear negotiations in Iran not going as well as he hoped for, how did the president justify taking time to “pardon” a turkey Wednesday?
Thousands of people joined a second night of protests Tuesday in response to the grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for the August shooting death of Mike Brown.
Angry about the decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, college students and activists stormed District streets and converged in front of the White House on Monday night to protest.
 
 
 

INTERACTIVE: Why it's bunk: 5 bogus predictions of the end times

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INTERACTIVE — From false prophets to glitchy computer codes, here are five bogus predictions of the end times and the incorrect assumptions behind them.

As the Dec. 21, 2012 potential apocalypse approaches, get the facts behind the most outrageous end-of-times scenarios, and learn how real people were impacted by fake prophecies.

 

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